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with Australian Feminist Law Journal

Deadline: 15 October 2019

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with your feminist research related to law and justice

The Australian Feminist Law Journal is seeking articles for publication for the next General Issue of the Journal, namely Volume 46.1 (June 2020). The journal focuses upon scholarly research using critical feminist approaches to law and justice, broadly conceived. As an international Critical Legal Journal we publish research informed by critical theory, cultural and literary theory, jurisprudential, postcolonial and psychoanalytic approaches, amongst other critical research practices.

Refereeing of Articles

The Australian Feminist Law Journal referees all manuscripts submitted for publication as an article and follows the double-blind refereeing procedure. Referees will be selected with expertise in the author’s area of scholarship. Authors are requested to place their name and affiliation on a separate page, and eliminate any self-identifying citation of one’s own work. The journal will not accept manuscripts for consideration that are already under consideration by another journal. The AFLJ has Green Open Access status within national research funding policy.

Submission Guidelines

The length of an article should be from 8,000 to 12,000 words, although shorter articles are welcome. We particularly wish to encourage interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary writing focusing on law.  The Instructions for Authors should be followed as closely as possible, to eliminate delays at the time of printing where an incorrect style would necessitate changes. 

Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a proposed abstract to the Managing Editors at an early stage before final submission. Articles should be submitted to the Managing Editors at aflj@griffith.edu.au and should include an abstract (300 words), and a brief separate statement regarding their use of critical research methodologies or critical theory.

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Judith Grbich, Griffith Law School

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Karen Crawley & Laura Griffin, Griffith Law School

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